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- Homework Statement
- Two infinite, parallel, perfectly conducting plates of a negligible thickness intersect the z-axis at right angles at z= 0.2 m and z = 0, carrying uniform charge densities p(surface charge density) = 45 * 10^-6 and -45*10^-6 respectively. the lower half of the space(0 <z<1) is filled with a dielectric of epsilon r = 1.5 , and the upper half of the space (0.1 < z < 0.2) is the air, epsilon r = 1.

when the lower plate is maintained at potential V = 0,

find

(a) D, E, P and V in the region 0 < z < 0.2 m

(b) total surface charge density on each plate.

- Relevant Equations
- D = epsilon0 * E + P

I tried to solve this problem on my own, but I'm not sure whether I solved correctly or not.

it is electromagnetics homework from my Uni, and it is pretty tough for me.

I attached the image of the problem and how I tried to solve this one.

I hope somebody will give some feedback.

it is electromagnetics homework from my Uni, and it is pretty tough for me.

I attached the image of the problem and how I tried to solve this one.

I hope somebody will give some feedback.